This one-page summary table of the types of diarthrosis movement at the joint doubles up as a classification exercise and as a holistic study guide for the aforementioned subtopic of the skeletal system. This activity covers the following physiological movements: abduction, adduction, dorsiflexion, eversion, extension, flexion, hyperextension, inversion, plantar flexion, pronation, and supination. I provided four-word banks below the table, one for each column that either lists the terms for the physiological movement or lists the description of movement at the joint. This document is editable. Please disregard the misaligned word bank columns below the table - TPT's thumbnail images warped the actual document. A one-page colored answer key is provided.